Slow motion genocide and the Russian response

The current US/EU Nazi government (At Oceania we call a spade a spade) in Ukraine has not been ushered through the gates of hell into oblivion. It will be one day but it has not been so far.

What this has meant is that the wholesale murder of civilians,destruction of infrastructure and torture has been brought to Ukraine from Brussels and Fashington.

An anti-fascist civilian impaled by Nazi thugs in Kharkov on 30 Sep 2014.

The US has not succeeded and will not succeed in its genocide of the Russian people, be they in Ukraine or in Russia proper. The masses are not blind and they see what is happening but they are powerless and helpless. When you feel the need to criticise them for inaction then do understand that they are being butchered by US/EU funded Nazi thugs.

Regardless of where you are on the political spectrum (assuming you are anti-fascist) the one reality is that this Nazi government must be annihilated in Ukraine. You cannot have a rabidly russophobic and genocidal government in your backyard. Much has been said on how this might come about and The Saker has published some good analysis by M.Khazin and the foresight displayed by Sergey Glazyev is as usual excellent food for thought.

I would, though, urge you to read one of the best analysis we have read so far on the long game that Russia is playing. This analysis comes from The Saker himself. I believe it really addresses those crucial questions that have been lingering.



The Russian response to a double declaration of war
The context: a double declaration of war

Listening to Poroshenko a few days ago and then to Obama at the UNGA can leave no doubt whatsoever about the fact that the AngloZionist Empire is at war with Russia.  Yet many believe that the Russian response to this reality is inadequate.  Likewise, there is a steady stream of accusations made against Putin about Russia’s policy towards the crisis in the Ukraine.  What I propose to do here is to offer a few basic reminders about Putin, his obligations and his options.

First and foremost, Putin was never elected to be the world’s policeman or savior, he was only elected to be president of Russia.  Seems obvious, but yet many seem to assume that somehow Putin is morally obliged to do something to protect Syria, Novorussia or any other part of our harassed world.  This is not so.  Yes, Russia is the de facto leader of the BRICS and SCO countries, and Russia accepts that fact, but Putin has the moral and legal obligation to care for his own people first.

Second, Russia is now officially in the crosshairs of the AngloZionist Empire which includes not only 3 nuclear countries (US, UK, FR) but also the most powerful military force (US+NATO) and the world’s biggest economies (US+EU).  I think that we can all agree that the threat posed by such an Empire is not trivial and that Russia is right in dealing with it very carefully.

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